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Ken Ivy Set To Retire At Captain Shreve

Captain Shreve Coach Ken Ivy told KTBS-3's Tim Fletcher today that he is likely calling it a career as a high school football coach. The 70-year-old Ivy has spent over 47 years as a high school coach.  He coached and taught at Captain Shreve for the last seven years. Ivy has impacted many lives in the Shreveport area.  Other than football, Ivy has coached tennis, swimming, and basketball, just to name a few.  Ivy gave his letter of resignation to Captain Shreve principal Dr. Sandra McCalla on Monday.  McCalla has yet to accept the letter of resignation and is trying to convince Ivy to stay at Captain Shreve and coach football for a few more years.  Ivy hopes to hand the title of Gator Head Coach to one of his current assistants later this spring.

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